Amandeep and Aakkash Share Family-like Wedding Experience in ‘Badall Pe Paon Hai

Mumbai, June 28 2024: Sony SAB’s Badall Pe Paon Hai narrates the story of a young spirited girl, Baani (Amandeep Sidhu), who wishes to overcome her financial struggles and take care of her family, especially her ailing sister Mannat (Noor Matharu). In the upcoming sequence, Baani is set to marry Rajat (Aakkash Ahuja), who she thinks comes from a rich family and will resolve all of her financial worries.


With the wedding preparation on, the latest couple on television, opened up about the fun and challenges they experienced while shooting for their pre-wedding functions. The actors shared how the vibrant shoot was filled with laughter and camaraderie, though not without its hurdles. The duo particularly highlighted the dance rehearsals, which proved to be a tough yet enjoyable task. Despite the challenges, Baani and Rajat cherished the schedule.

Amandeep Sidhu, who essays the role of Baani Arora, said, “Shooting for the pre-wedding functions was an absolute blast! The dance rehearsals were challenging, but they brought so much joy and laughter to the set. It was a wonderful experience, and I’m grateful for the incredible memories we created during this special time. What I absolutely loved about the whole sequence was the authenticity that was added to each ceremony. It was shot with actual Punjabi rituals. Coming to the shoot, it was tough and challenging wearing heavy jewellery and dresses in this heat in Chandigarh but the atmosphere on the set was so vibrant that it felt like we were at a real wedding.”

Aakkash Ahuja, who essays the role of Rajat Khanna, said, “Rehearsals for the dance were incredibly interesting. Personally, I enjoy dancing very much, it acts like a stress buster. One of the songs we’re performing to is a personal favourite of mine, making the experience even more special. The entire Khanna family blended seamlessly with everyone, turning the set into a lively family function and it was the first time that the entire cast came together for a sequence. We shot the whole wedding sequence in 5-6 days and it did feel like a real family function where everyone is under one roof. It did get exhausting after the point because it was very hot and we were wearing heavy clothes with pagdi but despite the challenges, I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it.”

Tune in to Sony SAB’s Badall Pe Paon Hai every Monday to Saturday at 7.30 PM

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